City of Buckhannon to pay $15k to former Water Department employee in legal settlement agreement

BUCKHANNON -- Buckhannon City Council approved a legal settlement agreement Thursday in which the city pledges to pay $15,000 to a former Water Department employee who claimed Buckhannon violated West…

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Casey Hamner, nine others receive SJMH scholarships
Some of the 2019 M. William Adler Healthcare Scholarship recipients.

Casey Hamner, nine others receive SJMH scholarships

In 2002, Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital created the M. William Adler Healthcare Scholarship to honor the late William Adler, a Weston businessman, historian, and long-time member of the SJMH board…

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Whether you’re a runner, swimmer or spectator/supporter, Rick Muhr explains why you should mark your calendar for ‘Laps for Tap’ June 1
Rick Muhr, classmate of Tappan Williams Squires and third from right, gathers with classmates, friends and members of the Buckhannon-Upshur High School Class of 1976 to plan the “Laps for Tap,” a fundraiser for the Catherine ‘Splash’ Williams Scholarship Fund. “Laps for Tap” will be held Saturday, June 1 beginning with 8 a.m. registration at the Buckhannon-Upshur High School Track and Upshur County Recreation Park Pool.

Whether you’re a runner, swimmer or spectator/supporter, Rick Muhr explains why you should mark your calendar for ‘Laps for Tap’ June 1

TENNERTON – Come Saturday, June 1, family, friends, co-workers, students and classmates will gather at Buckhannon-Upshur High School Track and Upshur County Recreation Park Pool to pay tribute to a…

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Going to green infrastructure: City’s public works director soaks in knowledge about soaking up storm water in the most planet-friendly fashion

BUCKHANNON – Planet-friendly fact: There’s a big difference between gray infrastructure and green infrastructure – particularly when it comes to managing stormwater, i.e. the water generated by wet weather events…

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